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First Bank Of Delaware / Harassment

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10/25/08 Tribute enclosed a return envelope with the wrong address in a recent statement. A letter followed saying to send it to a different address, yet that address was the same one as the return envelope. I did not realize this until after my payments were sent. They now claim they never received my money orders which I had traced showing they cashed them. They call up to 10 times a day and harass me about not making my payments and to pay up because I now have late fees. Late fees for payments that were sent on time and they received but yet they insist they never received. I will no longer send any more payments as none of them are credited and I am just throwing away my money. I believe there are others this is happening to. I believe a class action lawsuit will be the inevitable for them as any customers paying by mail are more than likely in my same situation.

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  • Co
      19th of Jan, 2012
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    The First Bank of Delaware is a payday loan scam. Please people do not complete their online application and give them your personal information because you are authorizing these criminals to steal money from your bank accounts. If you do fill out their online application, then you gave a stranger all of your confidential information that they can use to destroy your identity. Plus, if you refuse to pay their high interest rate loan after they continue to take crazy fees from your bank account, then you, your employer, friends, and family will be receiving harassing phone calls from a phone number such as (888) 907-6719 despite whether you owed the debt or not. Please people DO NOT FALL FOR THE FIRST BANK OF DELARE PAYDAY LOAN SCAM. I believe donating blood, scavenging for recyclable cans/bottles, getting a second job, cutting back on expenses, asking friends/family for help, applying for government assistance, and taking a metal detector to the beach to find coins are better alternatives to seeking extra money.

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